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He says this, she says that over 'sperm abuse' case
Publication Date : 09-09-2013
The drama of the ‘sperm abuse’ case continues with the Malaysian woman and her Bosnian ex-boyfriend spilling juicy details about their relationship.
On Friday, the woman in the “sperm abuse” case drove out of her condominium and her Bosnian ex-boyfriend was waiting at the security guard post.
“He appeared right in front of me. I got scared as he showed a scary face. I thought he would splash acid on me,” said 29-year-old Melanie Wang (not her real name).
“He tried to approach me. I drove away and (in a car) he followed me for about 10 minutes. He only stopped when I took out a camera to take his photograph. I quickly drove to the police station.”
Ervin Ahbabovic has a different recollection of the event.
“I stay nearby. And I pass her condominium every day. Coincidentally, she was driving out of her condominium. I saw her and she saw me. I’m not stalking her. Why should I?” said the 41-year-old Bosnian.
Welcome to the “he said, she said” drama playing out in pages of the newspapers.
On Tuesday, the Bosnian, who is a Malaysian Permanent Resident holder, held a rather salacious press conference. He revealed that he was suing his former girlfriend for abusing his sperm to have “better offspring” from European stock. He sought 600,000 ringgit (US$180,804) for the usage of his sperm.
Ahbabovic said he lived with the Malaysian woman and they had a baby boy born on 7 Feb 2010. They later separated.
He also alleged that she demanded sexual intercourse six times a day, for approximately one hour each time.
The next day Melanie struck back.
“There is no such thing as superior genes,” she told me when asked what she thought of her ex’s sperm.
It also emerged that Ahbabovic had been in negative limelight several times since 2006.
One of the reports was that his then wife, Leong (Amalyna Evelyn Abdullah), whom he met in 1999 and married in November 2002, had complained to the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) Public Services and Complaints Department that he held her and their two children against their will in Bosnia for two months.
Sources also told The Star that several women, who had previously been involved with him, made at least 18 reports against him to the police and non-governmental organisations.
On Thursday, Ahbabovic, who had become a meme (image or video that is passed from one Internet user to another) held a press conference. The Bosnian, whose meme is a mug shot of him crying and with the caption “my ex-girlfriend abused my superior sperm”, brought two roses to the press conference at a cafe.
“Why do you have two roses?” I asked him.
“One for my baby and one for her. Every day I buy two roses for them,” he said.
“Your ex-girlfriend said that you have a psychological problem that affects you physiologically. That you can’t get it up,” I told him.
(Melanie had told me that most of his closest friends know this. She said it was just an exclusively independent random event that you can actually reproduce probabilistically.)
Looking perplexed, the Bosnian said: “How do I prove to you that I’m not?”
“Can you really have sex six times a day?” I asked.
“I can do it more than six times a day. As long as you are happy and in good mood, you can do it. I don’t use Viagra,” he said.
I called Melanie on Saturday.
“How have your last four days been?” I asked.
“I had to do a lot of explanation to many concerned friends, family members and associates. Basically, I told them I have already moved on with my life. That was a dark part of my life. It was over for me about a year ago,” she said.
“I want to announce that I don’t have any preference for white men. I am certainly not an SPG (Sarong Party Girl). The term SPG is a total insult to my intelligence. I prefer my books more than any men. My closest inner circle knows this. That’s why they were shocked when reading the news.”
“How did you fall for him?” I asked.
“Actually he got his first date with me because he said he got hold of some ancient text (in late 2008) after many rejections from me. I speak and write in multiple languages. I was looking forward to getting a copy of the text. I thought he had some brains. Things developed from there,” she said.
“When you were dating him, what did your friends and family members think of him?” I asked.
“None of them liked him. They told me to ditch him. But he brainwashed me that everyone around me were bad people. I was with him for three to four years,” she said.
“Why didn’t you leave him earlier?” I asked.
“It took his ex-wife (approximately) 10 years to get rid of him. He is not a simple guy that you can just leave. He is a (Bosnian) war veteran. He is a dangerous man trained for combat,” she said.
“Imagine you want to leave someone and you know that he would do something like this, wouldn’t you think 100 times before you decide to leave him?”